"I think we sound best when we set up and play in places like underground parking garages and subway stations," says Pondo Sinatra, co collaborator with singer Leah Druzinsky in Ladilala, "The only drawback to those places is obviously the fact that you eventually will draw the attention of the police, and then it's all over." The band actually got it's name while being detained in a north side Chicago police station after setting up and playing late one night at a nearby "EL" train stop. "We were in the station waiting to find out what was going to happen to us, and somewhere down the hall, some guy just kept shouting Ladi la la. Leah and I decided after we were released without being charged that we were LaDiLaLa from then on." Recently the band has been working with producer Matt Walker on some new songs and recordings. "We're going to post something pretty soon," says Leah, "it's really exciting to hear what we're coming up with." For now, LaDiLaLa plan on keeping their electronica inflected art pop out of the way of the Chicago police department.